The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey
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Powerful concepts for life's priorities J Becker This book is one of the basics for every library. Over the course of 20 years I have referred back again and again to the 7 Habits to help me prioritize and order the constantly changing reality of life. With all the myriad demands and challenges that life throws at me, I would prefer to choose my path rather than let life dictate it to me. This book provides one with an opportunity to step back and evaluate life/work/relationship events so that we can understand and first prioritize, then manage the important events so we give our time and energy to the events that are most important to us. Powerful concepts that will ch. "This is a good read. The book has good ideas and is" according to T. This is a good read. The book has good ideas and is inspiring. I like motivational reads as it is hard to find any motivation in this world now a days from anyone. This author is thorough with his thoughts and ideas which can easily motivate and encourage one who needs a push in life. This book transformed the lives of presidents and ceos it states; I can definitely see how it did. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone as it has inspired, encouraged, and motivated me to become a more highly effective individual.. A must read for everyone! This book is probably the tantamount self-help book, and the quality and breadth of the content is why. Every human being should read it. In fact, I wish I had read it when it first came out 25 years ago! I learned a great deal from the book and will re-read it for certain since all of the information is so content rich. The only part that I didn't like was the very end when he brought up "Christ" and kept talking about how essential that is in a person's life. If that's the case, then I guess the 7 Habits are not for Jewish people? He did mention other religions, but in a tertiary sense, though that leaves out non-believ